DEPRAVITY Complete Work On New Album

German death metal newcomers DEPRAVITY have completed work on their second album, "Litanies for the World to Suffer", tentatively due in June/July.

After the departure of the group's female singer Birte Krause, DEPRAVITY found a new vocalist in Kiriakos "Morbid" Kiriazis from Greece. The band have also added a new guitarist in the shape of Othon Kokkinos, also from Greece.

The follow-up to 2002's "Bloodbath in Paradise", "Litanies for the World to Suffer" will contain the following track listing:

01. Moshing Corpses
02. Hym to Ra
03. Let's Fucking Die
04. Monster Island Crusade
05. Cannibal Whores from Outer Space
06. On Dark Summits of Might
07. Necroslut
08. Wrath of the Chimera
09. Mythdirected
10. Sanctuary

A rough-mix MP3 of the track "Moshing Corpses" can be downloaded at this location.

DEPRAVITY will be touring Germany later this year.

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